Daniel J. Hemel

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Don’t Bank on Genocide

Representatives from UBS will visit Harvard’s Faculty Club on Nov. 14 to recruit summer interns for their firm. They will

Harvard and the Junta

At the annual kick-off event of the University Committee on Human Rights last month, President Drew G. Faust said, “I

Amy R. Klein

When she arrived at Harvard, Amy R. Klein ’07 found that many of her female classmates were “very polite, often

Low Ranks for Large Fields

Seniors in Harvard’s largest departments—economics and government—are less satisfied with their concentration experience than their classmates in less crowded fields.

Leave Behind (a) Legacy

At Harvard’s first Commencement ceremony in 1642, the nine graduates proved their proficiency in three ancient tongues with Latin and

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’07 Men Make More

Male Harvard College graduates who are entering the workforce next year will command substantially higher starting salaries than their female

Summers Left With $1 Million Loan

Harvard’s tax returns reveal new information about former President Lawrence H. Summers’ severance package, which included a $1 million deferred-interest

Admissions, Unzipped

The 20,000-odd high school students who received admissions decisions in the mail from Harvard last month could have learned a

'A Very Good College Journalist'

“I had been a very good college journalist, managing editor of what was arguably the best college paper in the

Soft Science, Hard Facts

Dean of the Faculty Jeremy R. Knowles wants to overturn the law of supply and demand. Here are the facts:

Finding Perret’s Fictions

Princeton professor James McPherson boasted three years ago in The Nation magazine that he had counted “at least 120” errors,

The F-Word

In the week since Drew Gilpin Faust’s appointment was first reported in the pages of The Crimson, conservatives inside and

Harvard Still Holds Sudan Stake

Harvard’s endowment is still invested in two Chinese oil firms accused of financing the genocide in Sudan, even though the

History Repeats in 'Sea of Thunder'

The U.S. invasion itself went smoothly. But with its numerical and technological advantage, the American military should have overwhelmed the

Heisted Harvard Portrait Traced

Two paintings that disappeared from Harvard’s collections more than three decades ago have resurfaced, the University said yesterday, and an